Penn State Board of Trustees
Joe Paterno’s family plans to file a lawsuit again the NCAA because of sanctions levied guest Penn State University.
About 30 former Penn State football players showed up at a crowded Friday afternoon meeting of the Penn State Board of Trustees in Hershey, critical of the trustees handling of the Sandusky affair and their treatment of the late coach Joe Paterno.
Members of Penn State’s Board of Trustees say although they were not immediately notified of the allegations against Sandusky, the board is still accountable for what happened.
Days after being elected to Penn State’s Board of Trustees, former Penn State football player Adam Taliaferro talks to Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan’s Troy Clardy. Adam received the most votes out of 86 candidates for the board’s three open spots.
Thousands of Penn State grads upset over the handling of the Jerry Sandusky scandal will soon get their say.
Joe Paterno and Graham Spanier are out. That’s according to Penn State’s Board of Trustees. They made the announcement at a press conference following a meeting at the Penn Stater, a hotel and conference center on the university’s campus.
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